UPDATE (10:37 a.m.) - According to federal Bureau of Prisons, Dykstra was released on June 14.
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Former Phillies outfielder has been released from Victorville Federal Correctional Complex in California after serving six and a half months in prison for bankruptcy fraud.
In December, Dykstra was sentenced to prison time after entering guilty pleas one count each of bankruptcy fraud, concealment of assests, and money laundering. The once-praised financial advisor filed for bankruptcy in 2009, but was accused of hiding up to $400,000 in assests, including selling off valuable sports memorabilia.